Larry Weir production discography

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Larry Anthony Weir (born 1952), is a managing editor and author at New Music Weekly. A guitarist, composer, producer and promoter, Weir is most notable for his work with his brother Michael Damian and his compositions for the movie Teen Witch (1989). A songwriter under both ASCAP and BMI, Weir has 395 BMI published works and an unknown number of ASCAP titles.

Charted singles[edit]

Larry Weir on Billboard Charts [1]
Year Single Credit Hot
100
AC Hot
Dance
1981 "She Did It" Produced by: Larry Weir, Michael Damian 69
1989 "Cover Of Love" Written by: Janine Jae Best,
Troy Kent Johnston,
Larry Weir, Michael Damian [2]
31
1989 "Rock On" (From Dream A Little Dream) Produced by: Larry Weir, Michael Damian 1
1989 "Was It Nothing At All" Written by: Michael Damian
Produced by: Larry Weir, Michael Damian [3]
25 7
1990 "Straight From My Heart" Written by: Larry Weir, Tom Weir and Michael (Damian) Weir [4] 47
1991 "What A Price To Pay" Written by: Larry Weir 60
1992 "(There'll Never Be) Another You" Written by: Larry Weir 26
2002 "Shadows In The Night" Written by: Larry Weir, Michael Damian 5
2009 "Rock On" (2009) (Weir Brothers') Caption Records 28

Co-produced by Larry Weir, Michael Damian's cover of, David Essex' song, Rock On reached the #1 position on the Billboard magazine Hot 100 chart in 1989.[5]

Discography[edit]

Larry Weir: Composer / Producer on disc [6]
Year Title Type Label Capacity
1968 "Boy It’s All In Your Head" Vinyl Single Primary artist, Composer,
Guitar
1975 "Gypsies From Bonsall" Vinyl LP KGB-FM
KGB Homegrown III
Composer, Guitar,
Vocals (Background)
1975 The Weirz Vinyl LP Bonsall Records Composer, Producer,
Guitar,
Vocals (Background)
1979 The Weirz Vinyl LP Bonsall Records Composer, Producer,
Guitar,
Vocals (Background)
1981 She Did It
Billboard Hot 100 #69
Vinyl Single Laufer's LEG Producer, Musician
1983 The Weirz Imagination Vinyl Single Curb Records Composer, Guitar,
Vocals (Background)
1984 Love is a Mystery
* “She’s In A Different World”
Vinyl Columbia Records Composer
1989 Where Do We Go From Here
"Cover of Love" US #31,
"Was It Nothing At All" US #24 US AC #27,
"Straight From My Heart" US AC #47
(credited as Larry Damian in 1990)
Vinyl LP, CASS A&M Composer, Producer
1990 Lori Ruso Show Off CASS, CD (39:17) Gold Castle, Capitol Producer, Keyboards
1990 Original Soundtrack Dream a Little Dream
Billboard 200 #94
CASS, CD (34:46) Pop-us.,
Cypress Records,
A&M
Producer
1992 With Love From The Soaps CASS, CD (47:11) Quality Music Composer, Producer
1993 Michael Damian Reach out to Me CASS, CD (38:23) Scotti Brothers (1993)
Zomba(1998)
Producer, Engineer,
Keyboards,
Vocals (Background)
1993 Lucie Arnaz Just in Time CD Concord Jazz Composer
1994 Michael Damian Time of the Season
"Never Walk Away" US #24, US AC #7
(BMI Work #1940354)
CASS, CD (41:52) Wildcat Records (UNI)
Wild Cat (Indie)
Composer, Producer,
Vocals (Background)
1994 Santo Cachon Los Embajadores Vallenatos CASS, CD (43:19) Vedisco Producer,
Vocals (Background)
1995 Original TV Soundtrack Saved by the Bell CASS, CD (25:55) Kid Rhino / Rhino Composer
1995 Original Soundtrack Raffle CD (50:28) Quality Music Composer
2003 Michael Damian Shadows in the Night CD (19:51) Modern Voices (2003)
Bcd (2005)
Composer, Producer
2007 Buck McCoy Top Dog CD (46:03) Caption Records Composer, Producer,
Management,
Keyboards,
Vocals (Background)
2007 Teen Witch the Musical
Singles: Finest Hour, Popular Girl
CD (47:26) Caption Records Producer, Composer,
Keyboards, Lyricist,
Programming, Vocals
2007 Official Soundtrack Moondance Alexander CD (46:41) Caption Records Producer, Composer,
Percussion,
Vocals (Background)

Filmography[edit]

Dream a Little Dream Original Soundtrack spent 10 weeks on the Billboard 200 and peaked at # 94.[7]

Something Special Patty Duke Willy/Milly (Performed by: Michael Damian)

  • Released: 1986
  • Format: VHS
  • Writer: Larry Weir
  • Producer: Larry Weir, Tom Weir
  • Tracks: "One Change in My Life"

Return to Horror High (Performed by: Pleasant Company)

  • Released: 1987
  • Format: VHS/DVD
  • Label: Published by St. Cecilia Music, Fourteen Ninety-Two Music, Warner-Tamerlande Publishing Corp., BMI
  • Writer: Larry Weir
  • Producer: Larry Weir, Tom Weir
  • Tracks: "Greet the Teacher", "Scarey Movies"

Dream a Little Dream Original Soundtrack (Performed by: Blue Future, Michael Damian)

"Teen Witch" (Performed by: The Weirz [8] and various artists) from the album Original soundtrack was not released

  • Released: 1989 [9]
  • Format: VHS, DVD
  • Writer: Larry Weir (co-writers include Tom Weir, Cindy Valentine, Cathy Car)
  • Producer: Larry Weir, Tom Weir
  • Tracks: "All washed up", "Dream Lover", "Finest Hour", "High School Blues", "I keep on falling", "I like boys", "Get up and move", "Much too much", "Never gonna be the same again", "Popular Girl', "Shame", "Top That"

The Raffle (Performed by: Michael Damian [10])

  • Released: 1994
  • Format: VHS, DVD, CD
  • Label: Quality Music
  • Writer: Larry Weir, Masika Swain Weir
  • Tracks: "Think About Me"

Teen Witch the Musical (Performed by: Various artists)

  • Released: 1989
  • Format: CD
  • Writer: Larry Weir (co-writers include Tom Weir, Cindy Valentine, Cathy Car)
  • Producer: Larry Weir, Tom Weir
  • Tracks: "All washed up", "Dream Lover", "Finest Hour", "High School Blues", "I keep on falling", "I like boys", "Get up and move", "Much too much", "Never gonna be the same again", "Popular Girl', "Shame", "Top That"
  • Bonus tracks: "She's Put A Spell On You", "Fool For Love", "What Are You Doing About Love?"
  • Singles: "Finest Hour" (Sara Niemietz, Black Ewing), "Poplar Girl" (Sara Niemietz, V-Style)

Moondance Alexander (Performed by: Various Artists [11])

  • Released: 2007
  • Format: DVD, CD
  • Label: Caption Records
  • Writer: Larry Weir
  • Producer: Larry Weir, Tom Weir
  • Tracks: "Call It A Day", "It Only Gets Better", "You Don't Know", "It Only Takes One", "What Might Have Been", "Better Kind Of Life"

"Michael Damian Rock On [Video]" from the album Rock On

  • Released: 2009
  • Format: DVD
  • Label: Caption Records
  • Writer: Larry Weir and various
  • Producer: Larry Weir, Tom Weir, Michael Damian
  • Tracks: "Never Forget You" (Larry Weir), "Was It Nothing at All" (Michael Damian), "Still Mad About You" (Larry Weir), "Getting So Much Better" (Michael Damian / Larry Weir), "Getting So Much Better" (Michael Damian / Larry Weir), "Shadows in the Night" (Larry Weir), "Christmas Time Without You" (Michael Damian / Larry Weir)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Michael Damian: Awards". AllMusic by Ravi. Retrieved 23 July 2012. 
  2. ^ "Billboard Hot 100 #31". "Cover of Love". 1989. Retrieved 22 July 2012. 
  3. ^ "Billboard Hot 100 #25 AC #7". "Was it Nothing at All". 1990. Retrieved 22 July 2012. 
  4. ^ "Michael Damian on Musicvf". Straight From My Heart. Muscvf.com. 1990. Retrieved 23 July 2012. 
  5. ^ "Michael Damian Song and Album Chart History". Rock On Hot 100 #1. Billboard Magazine. Retrieved 23 July 2012. 
  6. ^ "Larry Weir on AllMusic". AllMusic by Rovi. Retrieved 19 July 2012. 
  7. ^ "Dream a Little Dream Original Soundtrack". Cypress -- Billboard 200. Retrieved 20 July 2012. 
  8. ^ "NYT: Movies and TV: The Weirz". The New York Times. Retrieved 14 July 2012. 
  9. ^ "Larry Weir: About This Person". Biography. New York Times. Retrieved 9 August 2012. Dangerous Curves (TV Series), Teen Witch 
  10. ^ "AllMusic: The Raffle". "Think About Me". Quality Music. 1995. Retrieved 17 July 2012. 
  11. ^ "Moondance Alexander Original Soundtrack". Caption Records. 2007. Retrieved 17 July 2012. 

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